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More budget money may spare FLHS football program, other sports

More money in the budget could save the Fort Lupton High School football program and other sports in the Weld RE-8 School District. At mid-afternoon May 17, Superintendent Alan Kaylor said there … more

Adams 14 loses state accreditation, must partner for reorganization

DENVER -- The Adams 14 School District will reorganine, thanks to a pair of actions from the state board of education May 10. The board removed the district's accreditation and ordered it to … more

Re-8 restarts employee evaluations

      After a three-year interruption thanks to COVID-19, the Weld Re-8 School district plans to restart its employee evaluation system in the … more

Parents to Re-8 board: School bullying has to stop 

To paraphrase the late actor Peter Finch in the movie “Network,” a handful of Weld RE-8 School District parents are mad about bullying and they’re not going to take … more

Weld Re-8 ponders use of Narcan for emergencies

The Weld Re-8 School District nurse wants the district to allow the use of Narcan in emergency situations. Paula Samide made the request of the school board during an April 28 … more

Certain school fees may be on the rise in Fort Lupton

                Fees for such things as Chromebooks and in-school meals may be increasing next … more

Weld Re-8 school board: LeBlanc wants prom policy

                Weld Re-8 school board member Cody LeBlanc would rather not see high-school proms on Easter weekend (such … more

State board to Adams 14: Come back with co-management plan

DENVER -- The Colorado State Board of Education told Adams 14 School District officials to present a co-management plan next month. The vote from the state board was unanimous. A subcommittee … more

STARS Banquet honors 49 Elizabeth School District students

The 24th annual Elizabeth Education Foundation STARS Banquet was held on April 2 at the Elizabeth High School Cafetorium to honor 49 students in grades 5-12. more

Douglas County Schools fails to provide full response to record request

The Douglas County School District has refused to release the name of at least one person who requested a list of teachers who were absent Feb. 3 — the day of a controversial sick-out. more

State recommends closing Adams City HS, district reorganization

The state of the Adams 14 School District was on the mind of Superintendent Karla Loria, so much so that she updated the community on Facebook last week. Dear Members of Team Adams 14, As you … more

Funds needed for early childhood education

The time is now to come forward and say: yes, American families need early childhood education. more

Englewood graduation rates appear low, but the data tells many stories

A recent report from the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) shows a large dip in the graduation rate for Englewood’s high schools, which was 54% for the 2020-201 school year, down from 69.3% … more

State board says 'no' to ending Adams 14's contract with consulting firm

DENVER -- The Colorado State Board of Education denied Adams 14 School District's attempt to end its contract with MGT Consulting Jan. 28. The vote was 7-0. "Given the district's recent failure … more

Kiowa Schools fundraising for sign

A 2021 Colorado law requires schools around Colorado to remove all Native American imagery, names and related words with a deadline of June 30, 2022. more

Weld County Re-8 school board turns down attempt to ban critical race theory curriculum

The Weld County Re-8 board of education voted down an attempt to ban critical race theory curriculum in the district. Cody LeBlanc and Jaime Sierra, the co-presenters of the resolution, were the … more

West Jefferson Elementary School students persevere during the pandemic

We are all in this together. That’s the takeaway for third graders at West Jefferson Elementary School who have weathered the COVID-19 pandemic and who have learned that others weathered it, too. The Pandemic Perseverance Project has taught them that everyone pivoted as they needed to, so they could survive and thrive. more

Great food, fine wine and good company

Tracy Bruns has taken a few cooking classes at the Cook Street School of Culinary Arts. A resident of the Golden Triangle, Bruns is able to walk to the school, but she enjoys the classes and events … more

‘Survive today and have an amazing future’

As students trickle into Bas Wolf’s classroom at Highlands Ranch High School, he greets each one by name, asks how they are. Sometimes, a hug accompanies the greeting. “Star Wars” posters, … more

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